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The Chronoscope Isn't Just A New Omega Speedmaster – It's All Speedmasters Ever, Packed Into One It's a souped-up Speedy with all the dial text.

A Collector’s Guide To Weird And Wonderful Wooden Dials Even at their height in the 1970s, wooden dials never really made sense. They still don't!

How A Pulsation Scale Actually Works, And Five Pulsation Chronographs That Make Our Heart Skip A Beat From Patek to Omega, five pulsation chronographs after

Second Opinions: The Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Is Not A Submariner Alternative It's its own thing, and that's totally okay. Originally published by Danny Milton on

A Week On The Wrist: The 40mm TAG Heuer Aquaracer Could Be Your Only Watch Is there such a thing as a watch for everyone?

A Week On The Wrist: The Cartier Crash, The Last Word In High-Impact Horology From mod moment to modern classic. Originally published by Jack Forster on

Reference Points: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak The many lives of a watch that spawned a whole new genre of watchmaking. Originally published by Jack Forster

Second Opinions: The Countdown Bezel Makes My Life Easier. So Why Don't More Watches Have Them? It tells me what I need to know –

A Week On The Wrist The Breitling AVI Ref. 765 1953 Re-edition A splendidly executed pilot's watch from the '50s is once again ready to kick